Places To Visit

1. Echo Point

Located 15 kilometres from Munnar. Known for its natural echo phenomenon, it is at Echo Point where you can hear your voice reverberate back to you as an echo when you shout.

2. Photo Point

In the backdrop of the stretches of tea gardens typical to this region of the country, this point serves as an excellent photographic opportunity; as it is clear from the name itself.

3. Atukkad Waterfalls

Nestled 2 km away from Munnar amidst beautiful hills and lush green jungles, this pristine waterfall makes for romantic escapades and picnics site.

4. Top Station

Top Station is located about 32 kilometres away from Munnar. It the highest point in Munnar (1700 metres) to enjoy the panoramic view.

5. Pothamedu View Point

Situated 5 km off Munnar, is adorned with stretching hills and lush green mountains. One can witness the spectacular wide views of tea coffee and cardamom plantations of the area.

6. Tata Tea Museum

Located around 2 km from Munnar, the KDHP Museum showcases a variety of antiquities, the most famous being the burial urn excavated from the vicinity of Periakanal Estate.


Places To Visit

1. Periyar National Park

The Periyar National Park is one of the most bio-diverse regions in the world and the best-protected reserve area that one can lay eyes on in India.

2. Periyar Tiger Trail

Tourists trek along the Tiger Trail and thick vegetation of the reserve along with guides and Forest Department officials is an experience worth remembering.

3. Bamboo Rafting

Bamboo Rafting is a perfect activity for all the water sports enthusiasts. The facility is offered by the Forest Department at Thekkady where one can enjoy the activity.

4. Thekkady Lake

Tucked in the heart of the jungle, Thekkady or Periyar Lake is famous for its wide varieties of wildlife. You can also take a boat ride.

5. Border Hiking

A trekking program conducted into the wilderness, border hiking is offered by various agencies and also by the Forest Department of the region.

6. Green Park Ayurvedic And Spices Plantation

It is an ecological park founded to grow medicinal herbs and spices and disseminate the knowledge of growing them with the help of advanced agricultural techniques.


Places To Visit

1. Houseboats

Cruising on houseboats in Alleppey is the latest and probably the best addition to the list of ways you can enjoy the mesmerizing natural beauty of this quaint little town.

2. Aleppey Beach

Alappuzha beach is a popular picnic spot. The pier, which extends into the sea here, is over 137 years old. Entertainment facilities at the Vijaya Beach Park add to the attraction of the beach.

3. Aleppey Backwaters

Formed by the amalgamation of multiple of various waters sources, backwaters give you the postcard-perfect view with coconut trees lined all along and houseboats in the middle.

4. Vembanad Lake

Vembanad Lake is the longest lake in India. The lake is known by different names in different places. Taking a house boat on the lake could be a fun experience.

5. Nehru Trophy Boat Race

One of the most exciting events to be held in Lake in Alleppey is the Nehru Trophy Boat Race.

6. Krishnapuram Palace

The Krishnapuram Palace is a palace and museum that is located at a distance of 47 km from Alappuzha.


Places To Visit

1. Ulipooni Wildlife Sanctuary

Located 10km away from Vagamon, Ulipooni makes up for a perfect picnic spot.It is a peaceful romantic destination, a good place to spend a day with your family or spouse.

2. Vagamon Meadows

The lush green grassland of Vagamon, just being there, surrounded by the hills of Vagamon, greenery, cool breeze which will take away your worries and stress as they blow by you.

3. Pine Hill

This place has nothing for you to see but a lot to feel. 'Walking into the woods' is a popular English phrase and going to the Pine Hills, you will actually walk into the woods.

4. Kurisu Mala

A popular Christian pilgrimage, it is flocked by followers specially during the Good Friday week. Its followers come from various part of the country to climb up the hills with wooden crosses.

5. Vagamon Falls

Vagamon Falls is a famous picnic spot. The sight of the waterfall gushing down the slopes is a treat to the eyes and the scenic beauty a paradise for photographers. The waterfall and is a perfect attraction for nature lovers.

6. Kurisumala Ashram

The Kurisumala Ashram is a monastery in Syro-Malankara Catholic church that was set up in 1958. The name Kurisumala is composed of two words namely 'Kurisu' which means cross and 'Mala' which means mountain.


Places To Visit

1. Mattanchery Palace

Popularly known as the Dutch Palace, the Mattancherry Palace is a Portuguese palace in Mattancherry, Kochi. Visit this destination to learn about the fascinating history of Kerala.

2. Fort Kochi

Fort Kochi is a seaside town in the south-western part of Kochi which is known for its old-world colonial charm. The place still holds on to every single cultural change it has gone through over the centuries.

3. Jewish Synagogue

It was built in 1568 and is also called the Cochin Jewish Synagogue or Mattencherry Synagogue. Cameras and handbags are not allowed inside.

4. Chinese Fishing Nets

The Chinese Fishing Nets are the most iconic and popular attractions of Kerala peculiar to Kochi located next to Fort Kochi.

5. Willingdon Island

The Willingdon Island is one of the largest human-made islands in India.

6. Veeranpuzha Lake And Backwaters

Veeranpuzha is a beautiful lake in Kochi along with a series of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Malabar coast, which form beautiful backwaters.


Places To Visit

1. Bird Sanctuary

Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary spreads over an area of 14 acres. The place serves as a natural home to some of the rare species of homing and migratory birds.

2. Kumarakom Backwaters

Backwaters of Kerala are one of the most sought after destinations of the itinerary. Houseboats serves as the best way to explore the idyllic backwater lagoons of Kumarakom.

3. Toddy Shops

During your boat cruise or while on a trip across the village, one thing might catch your attention is a small thatched building with a black board outside with 'Kallu' written boldly in white.

4. Bay Island Driftwood Museum

Bay Island Driftwood Museum is famous for its innovative modern art techniques deployed to design various kinds of root and tree-trunk sculptures.

5. Fishing In Kumarakom

Fishing is not just a livelihood in Kumarakom but it has also turned out to be an excellent tourist-bait.

6. Angling In Kumarakom

The canals running across the village as well as the shallow waters of Lake Vembanad offer great opportunities for angling.


Places To Visit

1. Backwaters in Kozhikode

Spread across long stretches of the Arabian water, these beguiling backwater lagoons are a sight to withhold.

2. Kozhippara Falls

Providing a stunning sight, these falls are best known for its friendliness to swimmers and trekkers.

3. Thusharagiri Waterfalls

Lying in the Western Ghats of Kozhikode district in Kerala, Thusharagiri Fall cascades down as three waterfalls.

4. Thikkoti Light House

The Thikkoti Lighthouse is one of the major attractions of Kozhikode. Located on a rocky shoreline, the place is best known for the scenic views it offers as well as several species of nomadic birds.

5. Beypore

Beypore is a cosy coastal town tucked away in the small but striking Kozhikode District. Located at the mouth of the energetic Chaliyar River.

6. Kakkayam Dam

Kakkayam is a dam site located in Kozhikode surrounded by lush greenery.The distance is about 15 km from Kakkayam Bus stop.


Places To Visit

1. Vellayani Lake

One of the most popular freshwater lakes, Velliyani Lake is located 7km away south from Kovalam in Trivandrum. Spread over 7.5 acres, the lake is a significant water source for irrigation and drinking purposes.

2. Water Spots

Kovalam has a beautiful beach surrounded by rows of green palm groves. It is one of the most picturesque beaches of India with a wide variety of water sports activities.

3. Light House Beach

Lighthouse beach is a perfect spot to enjoy water activities and sports, such as surfing, parasailing and paragliding. Travellers also like to play volleyball on the beach.

4. Hawah Beach

Hawah is a stretch of isolated beach famous for its enchanting sunset views. Renowned as the second largest beach

5. Halcyon Castle

Halcyon Castle was as a family retreat built for the royal family of Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bai.

6. Samudra Beach

Samudra beach is a clean and isolated beach in Kovalam. A large promontory separates this northern beach from the southern side.